Friends of Stewart Park invites you to

Wild About Stewart Park

Bird and Landscape Photography Accompanied by Live String Music

Thursday, Feb 28 7:30-9:00pm, Cinemapolis

Experience stellar nature images by accomplished Ithaca photographers, presented on the big-screen, accompanied by live string music, as well as commentary from the photographers. This one-of-a-kind multimedia experience highlights and celebrates the landscape and inhabitants of Stewart Park and beyond, as well as these artists who document the beauty of our natural world. Tickets online at Brown Paper Tickets or at the door.

Featuring Rachel Hogancamp, Dan Segal, and Sarah Blodgett with musical accompaniment by Tim Ball, Tom Hodgson and FSP Executive Director Rick Manning

Together We're Building
A Playground for All

Phase 1 of playground

is open

In mid-September, The Friends of Stewart Park, a local nonprofit committed to revitalizing Stewart Park, held a Community Build of the area’s first Accessible Playground. For a period of six days, twelve hours a day, and in three shifts a day, over 1,000 volunteers and 45 organizations worked alongside playground design firm Play by Design to create the pre-school sections of a new playground for children of all abilities. This beautifully-designed inclusive playground will dramatically enhance Stewart Park as a regional destination for families, individuals, children of all ages, and visitors. Learn More.

Design and Accessibility


to the playground Campaign




1001 West Seneca St, Suite 101
Ithaca, NY 14850 

Monday - Friday: 9am to 5pm


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Friends of Stewart Park

A public nonprofit organization spearheading Stewart Park revitalization since 2011


Our Mission

To enhance and revitalize Stewart Park in partnership with the City of Ithaca and park stakeholders for the enjoyment of Ithaca residents and visitors to our community.

What We Do

-Promote Stewart Park revitalization
-Plan & initiate park projects
-Fundraise for park enhancements
-Coordinate volunteers and service learning students